Posts From Jordan Leandre

Leandre: Don’t Have High Expectations for Dustin Pedroia

To say the Red Sox came out of the 2018 World Series unscathed would be wrong. In fact, the Red Sox entered the Spring Training of 2018 with question marks surrounding the health of three starting pitchers: David Price, Drew

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Sox Grades Part 10: Personnel

Alex Cora Jeremy: Midas Cora strikes again. Literally, no matter what button this guy pressed, it was the right one. It’s insane. The epitome of this was Game 1 of the World Series. All I can remember is me and

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Leandre: Pastrnak Injury Could be Smokescreen for Panarin Trade

The Boston Bruins announced that superstar winger and three-time 30 goal-scorer David Pastrnak injured his left thumb falling after attending a team sponsorship dinner. This injury led to a procedure being done, and the timetable is set at two weeks

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Report: Brown Bids Goodbye to Pittsburgh

The long-awaited saga appears to finally be drawing to some sort of conclusion. Disgruntled Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to formally announce he will not be wearing Steeler black and yellow next year.

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Sox Grades Part 8: Bullpen

Brandon Workman- 2018 stat line: 41.1 IP, W-L 6-1, K/BB 37/16, 3.27 ERA, 0.9 WAR Jeremy: This was another one of the major disappointments for me this season. I had big aspirations for Brandon Workman, but he just never put

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What Version of Chris Sale Will 2019 Bring?

In two years since being traded to the Boston Red Sox, something has been missing from the Chris Sale experience. It feels weird to say that, considering he’s been one of the best pitchers in baseball, as well as a

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Sox Grades Part 6: Rotation

With the position players all set, it’s now time to move onto the pitchers. Our analysts began with the starting rotation, the backbone of this Red Sox team. The starters were ravaged with injuries throughout the season. However these four

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Sox Grades Part 4: Designated Hitter and Catcher

In this installment of Sox Grades, our two panelists decided to attack both the catcher and the designated hitter positions. One grade was easy, and the other three were a collective trash heap. Too bad for Blake Swihart, but one

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Biggest Winners and Losers of MLB Free Agency

Super Bowl Sunday is officially in the rear-view mirror as many MLB teams have officially packed up the U-Hauls for their truck days. With just one week before the Seattle Mariners start up the series of pitchers and catchers reporting,

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Sox Grades Part 2: Infield

In this installment of Sox Grades, our panelists took a look at three corner infielders who were instrumental in the Red Sox run to a title. From Eduardo Nuñez’s antics in the field to Mitch Moreland’s tale of two halves,

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